I’m moving my paranormal romances into KDP Select this spring, which means you’ll be able to read them free in Kindle Unlimited. The move will be made in stages because there are so many books.
First will be the Prometheus Project and the Dragon Diaries. I’ve unpublished both of these series at KOBO and the aggregators. By the end of March, I’ll unpublish them everywhere else and move them into KU.
In April, I’ll move the Dragonfire Novels and the Dragons of Incendium.
In May, I’ll move the DragonFate Novels. By June 1, the transition will be done.
As with my historical romances, all new releases will be available in wide distribution for a week before being made exclusive to Amazon.
If you’re missing a title and you shop at a portal other than Amazon, now’s the time to fill the gaps!
KOBO Plus is a reader subscription program, a lot like Kindle Unlimited. Readers subscribe to the service and authors are paid by pages read. The big difference for authors is that books don’t have to be available exclusively at KOBO in order to be enrolled in the program.
Another difference is that KOBO rolls out this program by geographic territory. The original launch was for readers in the Netherlands, and it expanded to Belgium and to Canada. In April, KOBO Plus launched in Portugal. So far this month, KOBO Plus has launched in France, Italy, Australia and New Zealand.
I enroll my series starters and reader funnels in KOBO Plus to be available in all territories. When the program expands into a new geo, they’re immediately available to readers there. This includes Just One Fake Date, Just One Snowbound Night, Kiss of Fire, Fallen and Wyvern’s Mate.
I add the other books incrementally. Typically, KOBO Plus has a free trial period for readers in a new geo. This is great for readers, but not so great for authors, since there are no page reads paid in that period. So, I add my books to the program in that geo 90 days after the launch, or sometimes a bit later. Yesterday, I remembered to add my list to Portugal (I doubt there were a lot of readers there desperately awaiting my English content.)
I will make my books available to KOBO Plus in Australia, New Zealand, France and Italy in February.
Here’s the landing page for KOBO Plus for Canada. If it’s like other KOBO links, it will automatically redirect for your territory.
Three of my paranormal romance series were enrolled in Kindle Unlimited in April. They’ve now finished their term there, and are available at all portals again.
Visit the Dragonfire Novels website to learn more about Dragonfire, featuring dragon shifter heroes, and the Prometheus Project, featuring fallen angel heroes.
Visit the Dragons of Incendium website to learn more about my dragon shifter princesses from space.
I’m going to be moving the Dragonfire Novels and the Prometheus Project into KDP Select, which means you’ll be able to read them free in Kindle Unlimited.
I’m also moving the Dragons of Incendium into KU.
DragonFate will remain in wide distribution, available at all portals. An Elegy for Melusine and Coven of Mercy will also remain available at all portals, since they’re linked to DragonFate.
The backlist books should be enrolled in early May. (It takes a few weeks for the ebooks to be taken down from all the portals.) I’ll let you know when they’re in!
At the end of September, the Dragonfire Novels came out of KDP Select, which means that they’re available at all portals again (not just Amazon). I’ve also made Kiss of Fire a free series starter at all portals. This is a great time to meet the Pyr!
The Prometheus Project has also come out of KDP Select, so those four titles are also available at all portals again. Phew.
The Dragons of Incendium have remained in KDP Select for another term, so if you are a Kindle Unlimited subscriber, you can read about those dragon shifter princesses from space free.